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I^noto all ^cn bn Ibesc ^rmnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of vv\jU^ ^.^AA^'X^ -...'^^ ^ ^X^. dollars paid to them 

by ^JL^^XNA^.. of .^CAAX.eliL... 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called ^.WvcLoA- Qk/s/sA^ S m^jJiv. (^tAAAA-Li and numbered 

^ ^ ^ V on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

Wib^ superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of tlie Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the LQ...rr:. dav of 3^X..gJ,AAA^V«J\- in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and "XAAaa^.Ou^ >r^..y^^ 



..^..Iv.!!^ .... ,1^ President. 

Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 

STwvu Clerk. 

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I^itoto all ^cn bn these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of ^.CHwVyv'.. . \^ dollars paid to them 

hy.^LJO...h.M.^QjL.±...y^ of JLcaiudl,., 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called C)!)l\j'i)>MA:J ijL:ulX'Q\AA,f<^ C^AA^ck, .(^MAxtirv, S^WA^mx and numbered 

S 3 ^ on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

ti 0 superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and ideniified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 



hundred and . .'^V\AA/uJjU W/t). 




>i.....^'^....CkLA!M^.., C/er^^. 



Executed and delivered in presence of ft ...iL , ...B.-IaJU). 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk.. 



..^.ctLaa^. 



^....}N&...^^A^.. Clerk. 



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%\nab3 all ^cn bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of ^yyr AA.A^AAJM:k' "^.AM iIaj-s^. c^mA.. ..J::l^(n> dollars paid to them 

by )p\ r^wu^ H ....\Ai..AoL>r of L(^..<ll]L 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called ^vjvL-djcu^ (xk> voj<xx- ^ and numbered 

-St 

X 3 on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

1..3..>)'^ superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
' diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oh to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the 2L.v>..."rT. day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and VVvvajlLu ^ Wro 



"ilsLcUl President. 



CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. .-^LMaji-.. 



Clerk. 



l^iTotxr all ^cit bn tljcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of SAirf H aajnajAajlA.-. . dollars paid to them 

by ClLckAA^ crv^ ^ cvwv- of XcaaaUL 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called ^1. l^AO, dj!-Aj^ o>AA^ JVv^^C^^ (Waaax/U2_ and numbered 

(2l 3 5 7 on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

T.^^ 0 superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the ^.SC - day of ^\sjjsaJLj. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and -VVAA^cLi^. - vUrO 



L k ..vu a,.fj.lc . i P reside n t. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



0 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk ^..Iaaaju 

CUrk. 



\ 



^iTolxr all P^en ^bcsc ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of .all\AJUi^ A^.^^^ .^.^^r.yv^XJ^^ dollars paid to them 

by ^ AAAAx^. . ..Is . \^lhX. of cL,srw..dl.... 

the receipt of whicn is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called .S'VSAAJCtv Oonj (:-^AAMw. and numbered 

-i s 19 on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

3. .V ^ superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the deadj and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shill see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever, 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of y.tA^vuL in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 



hundred and ...i>caaax1jl/ - 



6 



..lw.x...k!,.'^^.a..|^3... President. 

ti.>....V\A..^....(Iibu^ CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



6 Q.,., 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk ^.lAA^U-.,. 

.^.etluA. t4.....'!/}/2...GLLaA/r.,.,, CUrk. 



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Pnofo all P^cn bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of 0 vuc J ^-vU) (XaajA^ (^(k^- (j>-«rr- cmaA- •r'' (./X) dollars paid to them 

by i.Lo^ ^ ^ CrflclL of i-fSr^.klL. 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called WlOksAAAj fo aUXcka^-GX 4^.QWu VvA^cLcM- &-An.AAjivM-<5 and numbered 

oL'h3C>. on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

1 .=1 ^^^0 superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be elTaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the ^..3^. day of .^..ulaajl in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and VVA^vixLt^ ■ V\jofti. 



is^QxJ. ...... .i. . 'V\,.Qjj<2<|o. . ., Preside 

jAJu!^M.....yM...Ql^^ CleH' 



Executed and delivered in presence of . 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk y\.. 




\ 



Jlnoto all P^cn bn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of !^(nAA, ^\KA/aikAiuL dollars paid to them 

by S (Xa- CaXu ^2$-:^ J^^. of .cLo^.dlL 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 



called \i.cx<(vvZ- %mXksl. and numbered 

^"^li I on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

■^..If^ superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, .'ind with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — I'hat no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of ^.%!k^^^XhJSKk:s^Uh>^. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 



hundred and 



President. 

^,cLa.....^^.....^^....Q1a^ CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of . 6..CL, GLuw 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk... 



^(!^iA/^....^..v, .^^^^^...(k^^ CUrk. 



\ 



I^notxr all P^cn hrt these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of ^ ow^r dollars paid to them 

by Qis-vu/u . X )L. ciXAjL^dxxs- of oL. cav. dlL 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called 9sxrJc Ov\'"iAMAj!u and numbered 

•hLSI?! on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

>r<^.0 superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to tlie said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery, 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the h day of JX.^.uv).AJ^Sf^^^ in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and '\\Ajsro\)<A^^\h>^ 

IrlaJLOJ. ^ v iv. A/v o..<|a^ ., President. 

.^^J...oLv/....M...,..?M.^.^ CUrL 

Executed and delivered in presence of (^ .^ JX ...I^ Jl^ 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



■ Xl^ . Clerk. 



pnoto all glcn bn ihm ||r£scnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in ^the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of ./..^..^..: dollars paid to them 

hy....M^M<l^...^.,..../^^ .■ ^ oi..c^t,<yZrM^ 

th^t^eceipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs aiyl assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called 'iJ..-i?^.<KZ w-rjfc^rii^<?..^.iC..iC-.^, and numbered 

'^M'l^(jdf^..^^^dlL...^'^^ on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section^of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing. ..^;:^^^^,^u<:^> 
LiA^-. superficial square feet. 




To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their Pre^dent and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto af?ixed 

the {rfl^/tcLiJ^.yLdkdd.^.. davj of .jtd^:d^(.Arrr::^... in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 




LLL..^ ClerJt. 



Executed and delivered in presence of ..//LJ..s....y>^...;.....(^i\2<1U 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the 






.!^Mt'::frfMr:^.., Clerk. 



moto all ^cn bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

of Massachusetts, in 
dollars paid to them 



cemetery, in jthp City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

\^y:.Ul.M4<:l/..J^^^^^^^ L... o{..,j;^^.dy:l.lJ>... 




consideration of 

the recei,^ of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, px their heirs and a assigns, ^ne lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

',ZAy...(2^.4j^.X.Mi^^ and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 
Section ^oi Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated Sep^mber, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 2^,,..<it^Xr/Lf:^... 

/?^.<J/./ ^^^C^.i^f.!/. superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, nnd with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84r, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

\\\.&.L/^.d^l:Oc6r(.^^^^ dav^of . 

President, 



hundred and 





in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 




CUrk. 

Executed and delivered ift presence of ^JL.Z ^:I1^.'L.L<^C^....^ 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession ot the Clerk. ^JAL/^.A:lh.J..KZ.^ 




J. 



Clerk. 




I^noto all P^cn bir tbcsc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, {ind with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oflf to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, arid they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
deterinined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afHxed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



l^iToto all TSim bn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in ^he City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 
consideration oi I^^^^^:Z4^!:^(£^ dollars paid to them 



by..,(^^^/.^^^^ .^f...^,^<:.</C.-V'^,.. 

the, /receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or ^their ^leirs m^d assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called ...^.(fr^^^^ and numbered 

'-Ji<i^^^^^d<i^^J^<^i^^ on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing. ..-r^.r/:^.^i...^...<>fc^.?r^ 

superficial square feet. 



To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to tlie conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to 1^ signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the .{^^r^rr^^v^^,,' dzy ai ..c^^/....C:<^^.t^..:^f:.iA/^.. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred! and .. 

..<^r?rjj^rk^^ President. 



Executed and delivered in presence 




of /a,..^, mi.a. 




Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession o£ the Clerk 



yj..c LA 




Clerk. 



'3 



^i'r.^.. Clerk. 



Pnoh) all gim tn Ibcsc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 
consideration oi .L/i:01...(^0U:i^tdyCC^ dollars paid to them 

\^y....l^l.£L±m.A±^ L of ^i^.^a.//z., 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and /-assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called Qt'C<C£:ijlA^.. Sr^.t/l<l:Llid^.., and numbered 

jA±^.lLdjk.2iA4.lL..^^^^ on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 



Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for insprec- 
tion by the said^K^rantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land coni^Xxixn^ ..\^^ld.^/..£^ 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to 4old the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the tims being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oi? to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
lime being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their Prigsident and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the4C^/<«Ji^AEri$r:<^^ day oi in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred 







President. 



J Clerk. 



Executed and delivcj'ed in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 

(j^:LLi^..,.i(il,2ll2^ Clerk. 



iattofo all glen bi] tl:jcse ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 
consideration .. .^ (hJjO..../^^ dollars paid to them 

H'^hn^.A'^.^L..-. Xv,,,,P^i..-dL./^f ^a,?>,.c-^ 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called ^A. 9 and numbered 

Ca on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the^aid Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

.../^Ac^ J(iL4r*r'^^^ superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set o.^f to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they sliiU see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the .^^t^T-^i^^^x*,./.^^. day of .\;^^,^^r^4K4J^,..<ir>».y in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 



hundred 



and <'>^t:'<^M*;^ -r- 





President. 
CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 

(j^.£^^^'-^i^^ f CUrk. 




^noto all P^en hi these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in Jh^City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration oi dollars paid to them 

.i^....0f ^^J^Cr^.. 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called /xS>.<^. ^^^ ■■ and numbered 

^ ^\f^ CJ ^ %^ ^ / ^ on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 18'J1, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by J:he said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing. 
.^./rlrii^rffrr^rrr^c^^ supcrficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and reinove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instruni^ent to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

dav of .. 



in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 



the ^^^^L day of , 
hundred uand ^T^'hr^f^^mAZj^ rrr^ 




t [y^'^^^*'^^^^^^^ President. 

.^^..^Z?=<LnuC CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 

Clerk. 




\ 




I^noto all P^m Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 
consideradan of Q^,/<:r^^^^^^. dollars paid to them 

by _i^lrL.k:z£. %^z. C.. of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

CX (X^ ^ Z_ .^ O r on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing t^...^r^. 

superficial square feet. 



To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, 1841, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afftxed 

S^QdiL^*^ day of ,^J)l^r^ .... in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



Executed and delivered in presentee of . 





Resident. 



CUrk. 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. ..L,<<^^^£^Tr^Sr^.../..i^..^.(^.^.^^ 

&d.-}{^J^ 



Clert. 



\ 



l^itoixr all P^cn tnytbcsc ||rescnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City fi J^wcW, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 
consideration of (^(2^.<y.. J^ AiMw.c^....v^^^^. dollars paid to them 

h££^^ i.^'^^^.h^^ ofZ. 



the receipt of which is hereby acKnowlefiged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called I / and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, iind with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — I'hat no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple ; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrL 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



CUrk. 



\ 



^ttoto all P^cn bn Ibcse ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set ofiE to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major joart of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever, 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



l^iTotxt all bn lljcse ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, iind with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be efifaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed ia or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and Only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbraiices; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered ifi presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^noto all glcn hi ihm ^rrscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of^ 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall^^by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN testimony WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 



^nota all P^cn bn ll;ese Urcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oft to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk, 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 




^itoixr all P^cn bn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trusteas shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be olTensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



\ 



I^itoixr all ^cn bn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of , dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to tlie conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be efifaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set of? to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscrij^tion be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, i8gi," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of. 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



CUrk. 



l^iToto all P^en bg ihm IPrtscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion bv the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containinof 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Seco.nd — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such suiti of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 
CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



\ 



^nofa) all P^tn feg IIksc Hrestnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of. 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



^iToto all glen bn ihtst ||r£sents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Ckrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 



I^ttoto all ^tn hrt tljese presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the . Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

Pre side tit. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



CUrk. 



I^nolxr all P^crt bg these Hrescnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or, if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever, 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto aflixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 



Pnoto all Picn bn Ibese Unscnls, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lols or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of. 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



I^noh) all glcn; hn these ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lovvell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lovvell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of... 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lovvell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case re\'ert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple ; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CM. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



Pnoto all ^cn bn these ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they sliall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of '. 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



^noto all glcn tn timt presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of tlie Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afSxed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

: President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of ., .' 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I^itob) all WSim bn thm "^xmnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachursetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated Septembei-, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrL 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^noto all P^cn ihm "^xmnis, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing: 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by tiie Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or slirubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and , 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 



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pnoto all P^cit Ibcsc ||rcs£nts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of.. 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, .for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, nnd with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of tlie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shiU see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — I'hat no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

! Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



CUrk. 



\ 



^nofo all picn hi Ibcse ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and ideniified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



\ 



i 
I 



I^nolxr all ^cn bn these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of: 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion bv the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containins: 
superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, smd with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

Pre side tit. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I^nofo all |EIm these ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of,; 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivej'cd in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



Jlnob all P^cn bn Ibcse |Prcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted pren-iises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the tim^ being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk, 

Executed and delivered in presence of '. 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



Pitoto all P^en bn Ibcsc ^presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of..,. 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, h.er or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of. 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



^ixoto all W^m bn t\)m ^rtscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and ideniified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus deirimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure wliatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — I'hat no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of. 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 




JaiTotxr all ^en tn lljese Urcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, nnd with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the deadj and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

StVF.NTH — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as rnay be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eiglit, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of. 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I 



I 



\ 



I^nofco all ^en bn ll;cse l^rcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

• superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisal)le, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



Pitoh) all P^cn bn i\)m presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called ; and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set of? to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President, 



Clerk. 



Exectited and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk, 



\ 




^nofo all P^cn bn i\)tst presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



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I^noixr all '^tn bn Ibesc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of tlie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
ihem, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^noto all P^cn bn tbcsc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they sliall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple ; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



Prcsidc7it. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



^itoixr all pim Ibcsc Hrescnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or tlieir heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



I 



\ 



Jlnofo all glcit bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 




Jlnoto all P^cn tn Ibcsc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the deadj and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 




^ttofo all ^cn hi Ibtse ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

, superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in p;-escnce of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^nob) all P^cn bn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

: on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed ia or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — I'hat no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President, 



Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



CUrk. 



I^nob) all P^en hu Ibcse |Prcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLiRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oflE to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be ofiEensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
ihem, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I 



^itoto all ^cn ihm ||rcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of ' 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



^ttoto all ^cn bn i\)m ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oft to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk _. 



Clerk. 



I^noto all tbcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, imd with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by tiie Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



Prcsidc7it. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



i 



Pnoto all P^cit bn these ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President, 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



I^rtoi)) all P!cn bn Ibcsc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, nnd with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple ; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in pj'esence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



^iToto all P^m bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oS to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any Irees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right fo sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of. 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



laitofca all P^cn bn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrub;, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 




Pnoto all P^en l!)csc ^restnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

_ superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle tlie same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they siiall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in v^idth space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^noto all P^cn bn Ibcsc "^xmnis, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed attd delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



^itoto all P^cn ba ihm ||rcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^nofa) all glen Ibese presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of. 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^itoixr all ^cii bj) ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
ihem, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 




nofo all ^cn bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 



CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oft to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



Presidetit. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of. 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^rtofa) all ^cit bn Ibese '^xtsmis, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in iieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery," 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



Pre side tit. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



^itoto all ^cn tn thm ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple ; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I^noixr all ^cn tn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set ofif to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto aflfixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of. 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



Pnofo all Picn h]f) these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any Irees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
ihem, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk, 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 



I^noto all P^cn bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found aud identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



^nofco all ^en hn Ibese ||r£scnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be efifaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they sliall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

'. President. 

CUrL 



Executed and delivered in presence of . 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk, 



Clerk. 



I^itoto all P^cn Ibese presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

Prt'sidcnL 

Ch-rk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I^noto all P^cit bn lljese "^xmnis, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be efifaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they sliall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk, 



Clerk. 



^itoto all P^cn ihm "^xmnis, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the aforc-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of tlie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



P re side 71 1. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^itoto all P^en bn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the ri<^ht to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, hef or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto af?ixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded v^^ith Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



l^iTob) all glcn bir tbesc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, und with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lols or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

Prcsidifit. 

CkrL 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 



^noh) all P^m tg ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery, 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84T, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in pi'esence of. 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 



I 



\ 



Pnoh) all P^cn tn Ibesc ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84r, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



CUrk. 



4 



l^iToto all '^tn tn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk, 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



I^noto all ^en hi i\)tst "^xtstnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts tiiereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Ckrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 



^itoto all P^m bg Ibcsc ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oft to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be ofiEensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrL 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I^noto all ^en bn Ibcse ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called ' and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

• superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

P'iFTH — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained irf-an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84r, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery.". 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, i8gi," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



ExecvJcd and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I^noto all P^m Ibcse ^presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee; his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto aftixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrL 



I^itoh) all P^cn bn lljcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises,, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



Pnoto all gim bn ihtnt ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lovvell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lovvell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set ofif to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 




I^notxr all ihtst presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion bv the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 
superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and ideniified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

: CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



CUrk. 



^noto all P^cn bn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing . 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they siiall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto af?ixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

Prcsidtnt. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



Iiitoto all glcit bn Ibcsc presents, That the proprietors of the lovvell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion bv the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containins: 
superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, !md with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any confliciing claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the sam2, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they sii.iU see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, lier or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same frotn the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



Pi'csidcnt. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



fxna^xf all ^cn bn Ibcse ^presents, That the proprietors of the lovvell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of ^ dollars paid to them 

by ..of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

... on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lovvell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, und with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the rif^ht to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpo.se than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the 'I'rustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not e.Kceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto af^i.\ed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Ckrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of '. : 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I^noto all P^cn tn i\)tst ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee," 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, ^ situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, .'ind with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of tlie Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

Prcsidc7it. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



Pnoh) all '^m bn Ibese ^r£scnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or tlieir heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do. hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



Pre side tit. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk, 



^noto all P^en bn Ibese ^nscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oflE to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placad in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, 1841, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



CUrk. 



^itob) all P^en t\)tst ^presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found aud identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



CUrk. 



4 



\ 



Ilnotxr all TSitn tn thm ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President, 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 




^ttotu all P^cix tiT i\)m IPrcstnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they sliall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be tlie duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or slirubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

Pi'csident. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



V 



I^noio all ^en Ibesc ||nscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



P reside tif. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk, 



Clerk. 



V 



pitoto all picn bn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lovvell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of tlie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any condicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President, 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



Pnob) all lEIcn bn Ibcse ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lovvell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, .'uid with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — ^If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 




I^rtotxr all ^cit bo ihm "^xmnis, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, 1841, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



Presidc7it. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk, 



V 



^ttoto all hri ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lols or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Ckrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



IJnobj all P^cn bn %se ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh— If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — 'I'hat no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisal)le, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto af¥ixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



^noto all P^en Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set of? to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afilixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

.; President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



CUrk. 



\ 




Ilnoto all P^cn bn tbese Urcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing.. 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they sliall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, 1841, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 



Executed and delivered ijt presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I^notxr all ^cn bn tbese presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

.- superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and ideniified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — I'hat no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemeter}'- do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, In possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



\ 




Jlttobj all glcn bn i\)tst presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 

Executed a7id delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



I^noto all P^tn tn Ibcse ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, iind with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
ihem, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



I^itoto all P^cn tn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple ; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



^nob) all glen hn presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, <ind with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 



\ 



Pnofa) nil ^cn bn ibm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns " forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set of? to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — I'hat no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incvmibrances ; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afhxed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrL 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



^noh) all ^cn bn these Urcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth— That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



\ 



Prrotxr all ^Tcn bn thm Hrescnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That tlie proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubi, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of -the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of tlie Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I^ttoto all P^cn bn Ibcse ^presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



CUrk. 



^nofo all P^cit hi these '^xmnis, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containinor 
superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted- by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
ihem, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



\ 



JaiToto all Picn bn Ibcse ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
ihem, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afftxed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President, 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



. I^nobj n\\ P^cn bn Ibcsc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called .. and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of tlie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^iToto all P^cn tn tbcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be efTaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President, 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



Pnoto all ^en bn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion bv the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead j and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set of? to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubi, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placsd in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

^ President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 



^noh) all bn these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I^nolxr all gjcn bn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their- heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



Pitofo all ^cn bn t\)m presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, t© the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found atid identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oft to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presctice of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



I^itofa} all P^cn hi ll^csc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called , and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
ihem, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, 1841, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



I^nofo all glcn bn Ibcsc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their lieirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



v 



^noto all P^cn bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called . and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of tlie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle tiie same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lols or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not , exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of tlie Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivej'ed in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



\ 



^troto all P^cn hn ihm ^Prrscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, nnd with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle tine same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 




l^nottr all ^cn bn i\)tst ||r£scnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs j and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, LS91, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery, 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a rjght to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



Pnoto all ^tn bir Ibcse ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without tlae consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



I^itofo all P^cn biT Ibtse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President, 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



I^notxr all ^cn bn t\)m Urcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called ' and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, i\nd with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oft to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



Janofo all glcn bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

.' on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, nnd with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



^ttob) all P^cn Ibesc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oH to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the '. day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presejtce of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



I^nofa) all P^cn bn t\)m presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of t!ie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set ofiE to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



^noh) all glcn hn i\)m ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of tiie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set of? to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



Pnoto all P^cn bn Ibese ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

FrFTH — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever, 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^nofco all ^cn Ibcsc Urcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of tiie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afHxed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Ckrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Ckrk. 



\ 




^rtoto all glcn tn Ibese presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or slirubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



\ 



^noto all P^cn bn ihm ^presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the sams, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



\ 



Pitota all glen hi Ibcse ^presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of , 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be tlie duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk : 



CUrk. 



\ 



I^itoto all P^en bn these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monumants or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and ideniified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



V 



^trotxr all P^tn bn ihm ||r£scnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, xMonuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh— If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



Prisidc7it. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 




noh) all P!cn bn these ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 



CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by : of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

• on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

P'iFTH — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and ideniified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



^nofo all picn i\)m presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the tima being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



Pnoto all ^cn bir tbese Urcsntts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of tlie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



I^itofo all ^cn tn Ibesc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it sliall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of tlie Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^itoh) all P^en bn ihm ^uscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

, on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion bv the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containinti 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oft to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

« 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



Clerk. 



^nolxr all P^cit Ibcse ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of , dollars paid to them 

by ; of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President, 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk 



CUrk. 



I^notxr all P^cn bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, und with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, i8gi," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afilixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



^itoto all P^cn bn these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President, 



CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



\ 



I^noto all glcn bn i\)m Unscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, atid they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto af?ixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^noto all P^eit hn Ibcse ||resi:nts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



P re side 71 1. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



BiToto all Men h\i these llrcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

cemetery, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 18U1, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



I^ttofo all ^cn b|2 ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

! superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, nnd with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth— That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they sliall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemeter}^" 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto af?ixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



Pnofo nil P^cn tn i\)m Urcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, nnd with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Moauments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set ofif to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowtll Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

P}'csidc7tt. 

Ckrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Ckrk. 



I^noto all ^cn bn lljcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of wliich is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, nnd with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the 'trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 




Ilnofa) all P!cn bn tbtsc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the lime being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of tlie Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 




I^noh) all bn ll^fsc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 
consideration of •. dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of tlie Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



\ 




I^noto nil hi Ibcsc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks ard boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President, 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of ^ 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 




Prtoh) all P^ert h} these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the tims being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be ofiEensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
ihem, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 



CUrL 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



^noto all P^cn these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

c^^Iled and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-grantcd premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — I'hat no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afHxed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 



Executed and delivered i^t presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



^noto all P^cn bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one. lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, smd with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk.. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 




^nofo all P!ciT hi Ibcse ^presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by .' of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the timi being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they siiall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will wan-ant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Exectited and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk „ 



Clerk. 



V 



^noto all tn Ibcsc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion bv the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containins 
superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of tlie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be efTaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the tims being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 
CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



Pitoto all ^cn bn ll:icse ^nscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by •. of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oflE to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major, part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 




I^nofa) all P^cit ihm ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivej'ed in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 




I^nofco all P^cn hi these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, iind with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on tiie adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemeteiy Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



^nofa) all Pirn tn Ibcsc ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by : of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, !ind with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be efifaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be ofifensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



l^iToto all P^cix tn Ibcsc ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, iuid with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

FrRST — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the tims being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or slirubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed mtd delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 




pnofo all ^cit bn tbcsc IPrcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 
consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — ^That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto af?i.\ed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered i^i presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



Pnobj all P^cn tn Ibcse Urcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, Jind with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the ^proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrunient to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 




iToto all P^cn i\mt presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 



CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by ihe Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — I'hat no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



V 



I^itofa) all ^cn hi these '^xmnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and ideniified, or if any conflicung claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monmnent or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto aftixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk, 



CUrk. 



^noto all P^cit tn ihm ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion bv the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts tliereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



I^rrotxr all '^m bn Ibcse Urcsents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the tim^ being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



^notxr all glcit hi Ibcse Urcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set oS to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto afifixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President, 



Clerk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 




Clerk. 



\ 



I^itotrr all ^cn bir tbcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and reniove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be ho'den subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



\ 





JSiToto all ^Tcit hn Ibcsc presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to tlie conditions and limitations, iind with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they sliall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they sliall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, 1841, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 




^nofo all glcn tn these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, nnd with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of tlie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoLTRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



V 



^noto all P^en ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lovvell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

Prcsideyit. 

CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



V 



^itobj all P^cix hn these |prcscnts, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion bv the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containino" 

^ o 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the siid lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84r, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple ; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrunient to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto aftixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President, 

CUrk. 

Executed and delivered iji presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 




Pnofaj all '^m hi Ibcsc ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of tlie Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



JJitofo all glcn bn Ibcse ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without tlie consent of the Trustees of tlie Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — 1'hat no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth— The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 




inofo all P^cn bn these Igresents, That the proprietors of the lowell 



CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

; superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. ■ 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



\ 



^nofo all ^ciT bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84r, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 189 1," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President, 



; curk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 





l^iTota all bn Ibcse presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, i\nd with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the deadj and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

FoaRTH — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if ihe landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said. Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

CUrk, 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk „ 



Clerk, 



lliTofa) all P^cn biT these presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing.. 
superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit: — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead j and no trees, within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand " eight, 

hundred and 



President, 



CUrk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 



Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



^itob) all P^en these presents, That the proprietors of the lovvell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they shall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r84i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the dav of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 



President. 
CUrk. 



Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



Clerk. 



\ 



I^ttofaj all bn ihm presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore -granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, und with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landmarks and boundaries of the said lot shall be effaced, so that the said lot cannot with reasonable 
diligence be found and identified, or if any conflicting claims shall arise between claimants, under deeds made according to any plan 
adopted by the proprietors, the Trustees for the time being may equitably settle the same, or said Trustees shall set off to the said 
grantee, his, her or their heirs or assigns, a lot in lieu thereof, in such part of the Cemetery as they sliall see fit, and the lot hereby 
granted shall in such case revert to the Corporation. 

Sixth — That if any trees or shrubs situated in said lot of land shall, by means of their roots, branches, or otherwise, become 
detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or inconvenient to passengers, it shall be the duty of said Trustees for the 
time being, and they shall have the right, to enter into the said lot and remove the said trees or shrubs, or such parts thereof as are 
thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Seventh — If any Monument or structure whatsoever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be 
determined by the major part of the Trustees for the time being to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of 
them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land and remove the same. 

Eighth — That no assessment of any description shall ever be laid by said Corporation upon said lot. 

Ninth — That the Trustees may deed to the City of Lowell such portion of the Cemetery, not exceeding five acres, as they may 
deem advisable, upon the payment of such sum of money as may be agreed upon by them and the city authorities, to be appropriated, 
with all other receipts, to the general improvement and care of the Cemetery. 

Tenth — The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated January 
23, r&4i, and entitled "An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery." 

Eleventh — That the twenty feet in width space bordering the main entrance avenue, and extending from Belvidere entrance to 
Washington avenue, as per plan entitled "Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891," is never to be used for burial 
purposes, and only for ornamental use. 

And the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery do hereby covenant to and with the said 
Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the afore-granted premises, 
and of the ways leading to the same from the highway in fee simple; that they are free from all 
incumbrances; that the said Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the 
said Grantee for the purposes above expressed; and that they will warrant and defend the same unto 
the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said Proprietors of the Lowell Cemetery have caused this 
instrument to be signed by their President and Clerk, and their Common Seal to be hereto affixed 

the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight, 

hundred and 

President. 

Clerk. 

Executed and delivered in presence of 

Recorded with Book of Cemetery Deeds, in possession of the Clerk. 



CUrk. 



\ 



I^noto all these ^Presents, That the proprietors of the lowell 

CEMETERY, in the City of Lowell, County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 

consideration of dollars paid to them 

by of 

the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Grantee, 
his, her, or their heirs and assigns, one lot of land in said Lowell Cemetery, situated on the way 

called and numbered 

on the plan of said Cemetery, entitled a 

Section of Lowell Cemetery, Mass., dated September, 1891, in the possession of said Proprietors, for inspec- 
tion by the said Grantee at all seasonable times. The said lot of land containing 

superficial square feet. 

To have and to hold the afore-granted premises unto the said Grantee, his, her or their heirs and 
assigns forever; subject however, to the conditions and limitations, and with the privileges following, 
to wit : — 

First — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding seven inches 
in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation, exterior to the said lot. 

Second — The said lot of land shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead; and no trees within 
the lot or border shall be cut down or destroyed without the consent of the Trustees of the Corporation. 

Third — That the proprietor of said lot shall have the right to erect Stones, Monuments or Sepulchral structures, and to cultivate 
trees, shrubs, and plants in the same. 

Fourth — That the proprietor of said lot of land shall keep in repair at his or her own expense, the landmarks on the same 
which shall be erected by the Corporation. 

Fifth — That if the landm